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Social Isolation and Staying Active

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Fight depression

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Quitting soon


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Managing urges to drink while quitting smoking


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Please welcome our newest members: maglev, Marymusisi, GM1973, hpco93, BumblebeeChuck

doing exposure work

Way to go Minnesota! It sounds like you were able to challenge and conquer your fears, good for you!
Keep up the great work,
Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator
dentist tomorrow

You're making me hungry!
I'm glad you had a great day,
Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator
foods to help reduce anxiety

Thanks for all of the info darkblue, very helpful!
Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator
Are you 'Accomodating your anxiety?'

I agree with darkblue. You are a great friend, and it is good that you are able to be there for her and listen to her. But, if she doesn't want help, then there isn't too much else you can do. Keep at it though, hopefully she'll come around. Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator

Good for you minnesota! I think we should all give dancing a try!
Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator
Negative Core Beliefs IV


Discovering your negative core beliefs are not as hard as you might think. Just keeping track can be eye-opening.

Usually, negative core beliefs include feelings of inadequacy, incompetence, inferiority or loss. For example: 

  • I’m a loser
  • I’m broken
  • Nobody cares about me
  • People are mean

This week we invite you to keep track of your negative core beliefs and share your results here! Next week we will give you a form to help you further refine your tracking.

Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator

Children & Mental Illnesses

Children do not experience mental illnesses. Their actions are just products of bad parenting.

Fact: A report from the President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health showed that in any given year 5-9 percent of children experience serious emotional disturbances. Just like adult mental illnesses, these are clinically diagnosable health conditions that are a product of the interaction of biological, psychological, social, and sometimes even genetic factors.


Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator
foods to help reduce anxiety

It is true, eating 5-6 small meals a day is really good for you, as long as they are 'small'! I think the point is to eat a good breakfast, have a small smack, like a fruit, have lunch, another snack in the afternoon, a yogurt perhaps, and then a good dinner. It does seem like a lot of food though...does anybody here eat 5-6 meals a day? 
Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator
telling others

That's what we're here for.
Please continue to let us know how you are doing,
Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator
doing exposure work

Welcome to the site! We are so glad that you decided to visit the site, and to post! Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the site and with the program. If there is anything we can do to help, please let us know.
You have so much support and encouragement here from all of the members. Please keep us posted on how you are doing,
Breanne, Bilingual Health Educator
Members- Do you have any tips or advice on how to conquer the fear of driving and highway driving?